Frequently Asked Questions

What are the festival rules?
  • No smoking (Hay! No really, there is a lot of straw!)
  • No pushing, no fighting, no cutting in line. 
  • No running (don't want you running into somebody!) 
  • No vandalism to the corn, scenes, signs or property. 
  • No hiding in the maze. 
  • No pets. 
  • No weapons. 
  • No alcohol or drugs. 

Anyone appearing intoxicated will be asked to leave, subject to our judgment. 
Violators of these rules will be asked to leave, NO REFUNDS. 

A full list of rules is available at the Middleton's Fall Festival office.
Do you take cash or cards?
For health reasons, we have chosen to primarily use cards at the farm. If you bring cash, you can exchange for a gift card at the entrance or farm market. You can then cash out your gift card at the end of your visit if there is a remaining balance.
May I bring my pet to the festival?
No. We love pets but please leave them at home. For the safety of other guests and your pet, pets are not allowed. Service animals are allowed.
May I bring food and/or drinks to the festival?
No, you may not bring your own food/or drinks. However, we offer several food options. No alcoholic beverages are allowed on the farm.
How long does it take to complete the maze?
About an hour. For groups, slower visitors and during flashlight hours, allow 1.5 hours to get through the maze. Maps are available to guide you. Children 12 and under MUST be accompanied by an adult.
What kind of clothes and shoes should I wear?
Dress like you would for any other outdoor activity and expect to get dirty! Bring a sweatshirt or jacket if the forecast dictates. There is no shade in the maze, so wear a hat on sunny days. Shoes with good traction are the best - your shoes will get dirty. Don't forget the sunscreen!
Are there restrooms in the mazes?
Yes. We have a restroom in the main maze at the halfway point.
Can I use a stroller or wheelchair in the maze?
Yes. The paths winding through the maze are about 8 feet wide and mostly flat, making it easy to navigate a stroller or wheelchair. However, if it has recently rained the paths may be muddy.